Besides our own activities to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, there are a number of activities occurring around the world:
A series of (up to) 30 posters on the history of the reformation available as PDF to print at your locality, along with the option to 3D print a number of artefacts from the period. Instructions to guide you in the setting up of the exhibition are also included
The Lutheran Church-Canada has produced a website of resources for the commemoration of 500 years of the Reformation, including essays, worship resources, bible studies and history.
The ‘500 Schools, 500 Years Reformation’ project aims to have 500 protestant schools from around the world networking together this jubilee to celebrate, to reflect about one’s own faith, to share it, to find partner schools and to show global solidarity.
“Word and Image: Martin Luther’s Reformation,” at the Morgan Library, New York; “Law and Grace: Martin Luther, Lucas Cranach and the Promise of Salvation,” at the Pitts Theology Library, Atlanta; and “Martin Luther: Art and the Reformation” at the Minneapolis Art Institute.
Northwestern University have produced a free online course ‘Luther and the West’. The course is taught by Christine Helmer and teaches about the impact that Martin Luther had on major ideas in the history of the west
500 Years On. Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation
The University of Otago library New Zealand has put together an exhibition that ‘presents an overview of what was a massive revolution that occurred in Europe, and Luther’s legacy continues to impact on the world today’. The exhibition, in the de Beer Gallery, will run from 24 March to 9 June 2017.